Tyler Posey is famously recognized for his function on MTV’s Teen Wolf collection, the place he grew an enormous fanbase that also follows him to at the present time. According to the actor, although, it’s time to reboot the collection.
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Speaking throughout a latest look on the Zach Sang Show, Posey stated that he didn’t thoughts followers that solely check with him as Scott, the character he performed on Teen Wolf, however that it simply makes him need to do extra of the present.
“I’m so proud of Teen Wolf, I’m so proud of that character,” Posey stated. “But it is overwhelming, it’s like wow, damn, do you notice anything else that I do? Which is okay if they don’t, because I’m not craving their attention, but it makes me want to do more Teen Wolf. We got to give these kids what they want, I want it too.”
The matter then switched to a possible seventh season of the present, and Posey stated that whereas he believes that the present had a definitive ending, he understands that followers will all the time need extra of one thing they love.
“It was definitely a much-needed break,” Posey stated. “I was very happy to walk away and do something else for a long time, but it’s something I’ve always wanted to do,” Posey stated on returning to the collection.
As for what a possible new collection would appear to be, Posey stated it could be enjoyable to check out most of the characters as older now and to see what the characters could be as much as exterior of highschool.
“You know, that entire show, one of the main characters was the high school,” stated Posey. “So it would be cool to kind of see what happens outside of school for those wild bunch.”
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Loosely based mostly on the 1985 Michael J. Fox-led coming-of-age movie, Teen Wolf adopted the story of a social outcast high-school pupil named Scott McCall (Posey), who was immediately bitten by a werewolf the night time earlier than sophomore 12 months. The collection ran on-air for six seasons from 2011-2017.